This search engine is rather simplistic. It searches
sequentially through the SDR's. But it works ;-)
Specify Search Parameters
Unfortunately most of the fields in the SDR's are in abbreviations. We
have included some of the abbreviations, but there are many more. In
order to find a particular abbreviation, you may have to browse
through some of the SDR's to find it. The search will only succeed if
you enter the correct abbreviation or a shorter string. For instance
you will not find anything if you enter "Continental" in the engine
manufacturer field. The correct entry is "Cont". However, if you
enter "Co" you will find all Continental engines as well as all
Lycoming engines since both have "co" in their abbreviation.
Unix style regular expression can be used here. This search takes about a minute)
For instance, the string: 210 in the A/C Model field
will find all T210 entries as well as P210, 210A, etc. The string:
t.*210 in the A/C Model field will find all T210
entries as well as T-210, T 210, etc., but not the P210 entries.
All input fields are case insensitive, so you can enter upper or lower
In the search, the entries within one field (separated by semicolon)
are 'or'd, and different fields are 'and'd. This means that for
instance if you specify 'CESSNA;PIPER' in the aircraft manufacturer
field, you will get all entries with either CESSNA or PIPER. If you
specify 'CESSNA' in the manufacturer field and '207' in the aircraft
model field, you will get only entries about CESSNA 207's, not about
Since the search is sequential, it may take a while before it returns.
When possible, it is advisable to limit the search
by using a start and end date.
IMPORTANT: Fill in only as much information as necessary to
find what you are looking for. If you fill in too many fields, they
may contradict each other and you will find nothing. Start with one
field, then narrow the search by progressively filling in more
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databases included or linked to via the Landings site. We are doing the best we can to ensure accurate
information, however, the actual data may not be accurate, up-to-date, or it may be faulty to begin with
(If you find formatting problems, please let us know, but if you find inaccuracies please contact the source).
Use these sources at your own risk. The FAA is the primary authority as to the "real" information.